REET exam with strict police security in Dholpur: Many candidates have shirts, women's mangalsutra and coil opened

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The first innings of REET-2022 has started in the state amidst stringent security arrangements across the state. In Dholpur, 22 centers were set up for the REIT exam, where the students started arriving from 6 am. Police Jabta was seen deployed at all the centers. For the first innings examination, the student was given admission in the center as soon as 8.30 am. During this time, the shirts of the candidates who came wearing a full -sleeved shirt at the examination centers were given entry. During this time, there was a debate with the policemen about the admission of the candidates who reached the examination center with a little delay. Entry was given only after removing the mangalsutra and coil of women candidates at the examination center set up at Maharana School in the city. The examinations started from 10 am till 9 am, the candidates were allowed to go to the examination center. 22 thousand 507 candidates will take the exam in 4 innings in 2 days at 22 examination centers in Dholpur city. This time the examination has been conducted in the district without Netbandi. Policemen have been deployed to prevent duplication in examination centers in the city. Policemen have been deployed to monitor the suspects at every intersection of the city along with traffic policemen to facilitate the system. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the dnpa code of eTHICS.

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